“What could possibly be wrong about this dress?” you might be asking yourself, and for good reason. The dress and the bride inside both look perfect, but what’s that behind her?
Ads for Charmin, a toilet paper brand? It turns out this dress is made entirely out of (clean, fresh) toilet paper, and maybe like ours, your eyes just popped out of your head.
Not Going Solo
We looked for something meaningful to say about this dress and model but couldn't come up with anything. The model is beautiful, no questions asked, and the dress....well, it's boring. There you go, we found something,
It's big, like many other dresses, it has fairytale Cinderella kind of features, and it's white. No imagination whatsoever. In fact, the ornate wall behind the model might be more interesting than the garment.
Like You're Something Old AND Something New
Recycling gives us plenty of opportunities to remake something into something else without cluttering up landfills. One enterprising bride took this to a far-flung place and used old newspapers to make herself a dress. While the cut and design of the dress are good, the immense amount of shredded paper used for the train is extravagant.
Do you know the ink you get on your fingers after handling a newspaper? We'd hate to imagine what it would look like over her entire body. There might be a liner underneath the newspaper, or she might have another dress to switch to when it's time to dance.
Ready for Her First Kiss
Yes, your Prince Charming is coming closer, until he sees you dressed in that outfit, at least. This gown goes from the neck down to the floor. We still can't figure out where it started and where it ends.
Plus, what's with the mask? Is it a wedding? Is it a fancy dress party? What is going on here, and why weren't we invited?
Layers Upon Layers
Tailors have tough jobs sometimes. A lot of times, their hard work creates amazing pieces of fanciful party gear that look lovely, but this dress is not one of those times. There are loops and rolls of fabric on the skirt, which doesn't look all that bad, though it might be pretty heavy and hard to move around in.
On the other hand, the upper part of the dress looks like it's been sewn together as if a simple office shirt was in mind. Try again, tailors.